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Dictionary of the Algonquian Illinois language, (part 1)

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Dictionary of the Algonquian Illinois language, (part 1)


Published 1700
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Manuscript Illinois-French dictionary formerly owned by James Hammond Trumbull and attributed by him to the French Jesuit missionary, Father Jacques Gravier; annotations in 2 later hands.  See description in J.C. Pilling's Bibliography of the Algonquian Languages, p. 211.
Several leaves wanting or partially missing at the beginning and at the end; 580 total pages remain.
Held by Watkinson Library, Hartford, CT.
This file is part 1, pages 1 - 100.


Year 1700
Language French; Illinois
Collection trinitycollegelibrary; additional_collections
Notes Other parts of this title:
Part 2, pages 101 - 200
Part 3, pages 201 - 300
Part 4, pages 301 - 400
Part 5, pages 401 - 500
Part 6, pages 501 - 580

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